"Jahangir the fourth Mughal emperor (r. 1605-27), was a lover of beauty, be it that of an artifact created by human hands or that observed in nature, the work of god. His memoirs, commonly known as Tuzuk-I-Jahangiri or, Jahangirnama, are as much an album of his aesthetic experiences as a chronicle of his reign. With his keen sensibility, these experiences were a permanent source of joy for him. Nature and beauty were preserved through the brush of his artists."
The Ten Mahavidyas : Tara - The Goddess Who Guides Through Troubles
Batik Painting On Cotton 31 inch x 43 inch
Ecstasy and Elation
Watercolor Painting On Paper Artist: Navneet Parikh 24.5 inch X 16.5 inch
Shri Krishna Playing His Flute in the Grove of Vrindavan
Oil Painting on Canvas Artist: Anup Gomay 24 inch X 36 inch